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File:National Labor Relations Act.jpg|thumb|Frances Perkins looks on as Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Wagner-Peyser Act creating the US Employment Service. June 6, 1933 The '''United States Employment Service''' (abbreviated as '''USES''') is an agency of the United States Federal government of the United States|government responsible for "assisting coordination of the State public employment services in providing labour (economics)|labor exchange and employment|job finding assistance to job seekers and employers". In around 1890, both the United States and European governments created the first federally funded employment offices. These offices were made to provide work for unskilled laborers that were unemployed. Due to the high number of economic depressions in the United States and Europe in the late 19th century and early 20th century in addition to high immigration rates to the United States, many people were...
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